Alaskero Memories, Robert Flor’s autobiographical poetry carries us on his summer journeys laboring on a Filipino crew in a salmon cannery during the 1960s. Through his writing, we come to know men and women, living and working in a small, fishing town on the Aleutian Peninsula, as a lens peering into American society.
Artist Trust graciously provided funding through
a GAP grant to make Alaskero Memories possible.
Proceeds from sale of the chapbook
support a scholarship fund for
Filipino American artists and writers
at Artist Trust.